The real Shameless family - 3 generations all on benefits

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#1
Meet the families where no one's worked for THREE generations - and they don't care

Known as the "Shameless" family among horrified neighbours, the McFaddens "boast" three generations of adults who are not working.

All ten members of the clan share a council house and live off benefits amounting to around £32,000 a year. And very happy they are, too.

"The only problem is," she says without a hint of irony, "that we're living in a three-bedroom council house, which is ridiculous.

"I'm asking the council for a ten-bedroom home for all of us. We need more space. It's awful sometimes when all the children are squabbling. Still, we do have a big TV with Sky, but we need some relaxation."

Sue herself is defiant. "People don't understand how hard it is to keep a family like this going - no wonder we can't work. How could I go out to work with all these children at home?

"We get about £2,700 a month in benefits, from income support to disability allowance, and child benefit for the kids. Kyle is at college and he gets the Education Maintenance Allowance of £30 a week, and we get Housing Benefit, too. Our rent is £40 a week, so our benefits don't go far."

Local people call us scroungers and that is so unfair. We need the money to keep the family going.

I've stuck it the Naffi because I'm sure there will be som choice words


£32k a year for feck all - nice work if you can get it
Bet you the house is ful of play stations and they all smoke and like a good drink

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=541598&in_page_id=1770
 
#4
32k a year for doing feck all, stop all benefits and make them work doing some community cleaning or whatever. Couple of years time kids will probably be on drugs and breeding like the cockroaches they are, no inclination to work. And so the cycle of scumbags and chavs goes on and on. Och, feck this shi'ite, save money, just lock their doors and burn the house down, will be cheaper in the long run.
 
#6
Dear Clan McFadden.

As you are aware, at this years election the Chocolate_Frog Party won the election, and in line with other pre-election promises (Werewolf has been made Minister for the Home Office with specific emphasis on Crime and Punishment and Immigration) some changes are to be made to your benefits.

Unemployment Benefit has now been stopped. If you wish to become State Employed, kindly report to your local Labour Exchange (note Labour not Liarbour) at 06:00hrs on Monday for your first Works Assignment.

You are paid at minimum wage.

Full training, marigolds, coveralls and face masks are provided. You may keep any road kill you collect to eat.

Child benefits, education benefits are unaffected, but the rent for your house just went up to private levels also.

Thank you for your time.
 
#7
I lost my job 2 weeks ago after 20 odd years employment,both in the RAF & civvie jobs.Because I was in constant work,all I'll get is £59.00 per week plus my housing benefit,around £48.00 per week.( that I dont see)
Out of that £59.00 I still have to pay all my other bills.
Spongers like these grip my sh1te!You work nearly all your life & get pittence while this lot get the pot of gold!
 
#8
Brilliant I have worked for 15 years and only earn three grand more.
Fantastic Welfare System we have in this country.

Think Im might just jack it all in, I can handle the pay drop.
 
#9
Trouble is, it is this great band of unwashed along with the rest of the benefit scroungers, who vote labour in each time. They dont want to work for a living. The problem now is that none of the other parties will put their heads above the parapet and take on this bunch of wasters and GET THEM BACK TO F***ING WORK

I wish I could afford Sky, a big TV, a holiday and I work !!!!!

Makes my blood boil !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#10
chocolate_frog said:
Dear Clan McFadden.

As you are aware, at this years election the Chocolate_Frog Party won the election, and in line with other pre-election promises (Werewolf has been made Minister for the Home Office with specific emphasis on Crime and Punishment and Immigration) some changes are to be made to your benefits.

Unemployment Benefit has now been stopped. If you wish to become State Employed, kindly report to your local Labour Exchange (note Labour not Liarbour) at 06:00hrs on Monday for your first Works Assignment.

You are paid at minimum wage.

Full training, marigolds, coveralls and face masks are provided. You may keep any road kill you collect to eat.

Thank you for your time.
Can I be you chief architect?
I have already designed some new gates for your 'Labour exchange'
Rest of details to follow once I have finished layout,heating etc

 
#11
By god I'd sweat them!!!!!

This lot have just hit the outrage button, and I'm on Red right now.

What a bunch of arrogant, lazy and fcuking spongeing t0ssers. Not to mention all the Oxygen they are stealling.

10 bedroom fcuking house? Yeah, love. You can have one, when you pay the full fcuking price for one you worthless pile of human parts.

Take the kids in to care, and teach 'em the value of a proper days graft.

Sponging t0ssers.
 
#12
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
I want the address?? Give me the fcuking address......
Just around the corner from you:

Living on the Chatsworth Estate, he heads a family of dysfunctional teenagers living on an estate of benefit claimants and cheats.

The McFaddens bear an uncanny resemblance. Grandmother Sue is divorced and has three daughters, Theresa, 34, Debbie, 32, and Tammy, 24. None of the adults living in the house in Ellesmere Port, near Chester, has a job, and there are also six grandchildren living at home - Kyle, 18, Clayton , 12, Tyler, nine, Courtney, eight, Jodie, seven, and Lucas, six.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=541598&in_page_id=1770
 
#17
Having said that, there's not a doubt in my mind that the Hate reporter put some real effort into polishing these quotes:

"So, eventually, in my 20s, I thought: "I've tried security work and plumbing and I've even been a taxi driver for six months, but I just don't like working". My mates all left school and became mechanics, sweating it out in stinking, dirty garages for a couple of hundred quid a week.

"I'm much better off than any of them. The highlight of their day is going to the bakery to get a pasty for lunch and they've aged 20 years from the stress of working for a pittance and being stuck indoors all day. It's my right to claim benefits. We're all entitled to do what we want in life.

"I could have trained as a fireman or something, but I didn't want the responsibility. All I've ever wanted is to chill out and have easy money. All my family and friends live in council houses - my parents included."

"I don't like the idea of having to be bossed around at work and I don't want to go to college or anything because I like to stay in bed in the morning. In the meantime, it's my right to claim benefits. One day I'd like a council flat."
I mean! Seriously, nobody just comes out with stuff like that unprompted.

But does it sell papers?
 
#18
communism rocks....we enquired if mrs GB can claim anything to help her back to work following a 2 yr mat break....

...all wa going well until the question "have you got any savings"...

"why yes says she, we have saved hard to help us buy a house".....reply was a firm "feck off....and come back when you've spent all of your savings"

after reading this i'm speechless......
 
#19
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
western said:
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
I want the address?? Give me the fcuking address......
Just around the corner from you:

I want the actual door number. All well and good just giving me the town but I dont want to cause too much damage. :wink:

After all, a Daragonov has a fairly limited field of view.
There's one with the right name on Wolveram Road according to 192.com that should be close enough!
 
#20
I don't like the idea of having to be bossed around at work and I don't want to go to college or anything because I like to stay in bed in the morning. In the meantime, it's my right to claim benefits. One day I'd like a council flat."

Never paid into the system!!! So how is it his right to claim?
Never claimed in my life What can I get out of the system??
F**K ALL
 

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